Glazer: Scribe Reaches Out, Conjures Up Christmas Spirit

These are tough times for all of us – even me…

Family deaths, film and TV deals getting even tougher now on projects – it’s hard out there for all of us. I help many friends who are in need with their problems paying bills but money is tighter for me too. We should all try and help those in need in any way we can.

And it doesn’t always have to be just about money. It can be warm phone call, a kind email or a card to let people know that you care.

I know things get a little overheated at times on this site.

I also know many of you readers think I am an egomaniac and only care about myself.

But trust me, I do care about other people. I always have. Even when I was an Outlaw I had feelings for others – well, maybe not the guys I took down, but that’s another story. Maybe if they’d they sent me a Christmas card… nah, just kidding.

For real though, if everyone would do just one kind act for another person this holiday season, that would be so excellent. Be kind to someone you haven’t been so nice to over the years. No, not to me, but someone you see and know.

I am not into God, but I love Christmas and think of it as an American Family Holiday.

All the Best!
 

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11 Responses to Glazer: Scribe Reaches Out, Conjures Up Christmas Spirit

  1. Gerald Bostock says:

    stop
    Please stop referring to Craig Glazer as a “scribe.” My grandmother uses a pen to make a grocery list, but that doesn’t make her a scribe.

  2. Gab says:

    Nice Story
    Yeah I like the part about being nice to someone I haven’t been kind too brother. I hate my landlord, I am gonna give them a card and small gift this Christmas. Why not.

  3. we dont need advice from gLazer on being good humans says:

    Oh my, delteing early today…. HOW FUNNY!!!!

    Here is a betting tip,,,,
    we dont need a betting dog giving us advice on being good humans…. it is a year round thing

    Ok I will let you get back to your deleting….

  4. Harlow says:

    Nice Wishes Craig
    It’s a shame so many people who write on this comment site are in love with hate. Too much aimed at you I’m afraid. it comes with the job though Mister G. You do too much for our city to take it every posting, but again, you are a ‘out of the box’ man. Never listened much to Johnny Dare before, but you two are so much funny. That Becky what a mouth on that girl. I’m a Chiefs fan and you got hit, can’t feel bad about that, hope you don’t lose much. We will win out!

  5. Good Mother says:

    To All Our Favorite People
    Happy Holidays, Happy New Years.

  6. Joe Cornia says:

    Kind Thoughts
    You are an entertaining guy Glazer. Keep it up next year. Thanks for the fun.

  7. paulwilsonkc says:

    What a NICE story…….
    and very approriate thoughts for this season, well said. I even disregard the bloviating, which I assume has to part of any scribe-a-tation. Outlaws, movie deals, et al. Very well said. And now, since that came from me in the form of a near compliment about Craig, Im going outside to stand in the rain to watch for the coming global apocalypse, which is surely on the heels of this post.

  8. T says:

    Nothing but love…
    best to you and yours and, if I dont see you before xmas/Hanukkah know that I will be thinking of you.

  9. chuck says:

    Happy Holidays Glaze.
    🙂

  10. Hearne Christopher says:

    Tell her to call me

  11. Orphan of the Road says:

    Merry Christmas, or Happy Hanukkah. Festivus?
    All of our cultures came from tribes. Dec. 22 is the shortest day of the year, those tribes knew the long winter lay ahead now. If the larders were full, then the hard winters would be much easier. But the promise of an approaching spring, brought on by lengthening days strengthened the tribe in hard times. The promise of the rebirth of Spring gave hope.

    Now pardon me if I have seemed
    To take the tone of judgement
    For I’ve no wish to come between
    This day and your enjoyment
    In a life of hardship and of earthly toil
    There’s a need for anything that frees us
    So I bid you pleasure
    And I bid you cheer
    From a heathen and a pagan
    On the side of the rebel Jesus

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